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is a reporter at Cardinal & Pine. He is an adjunct instructor at UNC-Chapel Hill's Hussman School of Journalism and Media, and a former editor at The New York Times.
And other takeaways from a tough election (again) for the left in North Carolina.
To be heard, you need to know how the microphones work. So here are some last minute things to keep in mind, courtesy of the North Carolina Board of Elections, as you vote in person on Election Day.
Two seats are up for election on a court that could make the last call on things like abortion rights, gerrymandering, and more.
Sam Ervin IV is one of the two Democrats running in one of the biggest judicial elections in generations.
An ad by conservative backers of Ted Budd misrepresents Beasley’s position and gives a misleading take on the Inflation Reduction Act.
While the registration process during this period is not quite as easy as registering online, it’s still straightforward.
The Republican and Democratic candidates have starkly different views on abortion, reducing inflation, climate change, and gun reform. But 9% of North Carolinians are still undecided.
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